Septic Air Pumps

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Clearstream CS103EL Alternative Septic Air Pump
Clearstream CS103EL Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview The Clearstream CS103EL Replacement Septic Air Pump can be used for 500-150 GPD systems with larger systems using two pumps. The CS103EL is a direct replacement for Clearstream CS103E, CS103ED, and any other 500-600 GPD Clearstream system. When replacing an old Clearstream system, the proc...
Clearstream CS103EL Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview The Clearstream CS103EL Replacement Septic Air Pump can be used for 500-150 GPD systems wi...
  20 Reviews
$295.00
Clearstream 600N Alternative Septic Air Pump
Clearstream 600N Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Installers preferred the 600N over other septic air pumps.  They are used for 500-1500 gpd systems with larger systems using two pumps. The 600N replaced model CS103E and CS103ED and any other 500-600 gpd Clearstream system.  Clearstream moved to this model septic aerator after trying and fa...
Clearstream 600N Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: Installers preferred the 600N over other septic air pumps.  They are used for 500-1500 gpd s...
  4 Reviews
$295.00
Clearstream CS103ED Alternative Septic Air Pump
Clearstream CS103ED Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview This highly durable product pumps air into your water treatment tank to provide helpful bacteria with the oxygen needed to process your home's waste. Without a properly working septic air pump, your system discharge will smell and be untreated raw sewage. This can lead to a variety of prob...
Clearstream CS103ED Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview This highly durable product pumps air into your water treatment tank to provide helpful ba...
  3 Reviews
$295.00
Clearstream 500N Alternative Septic Air Pump
Clearstream 500N Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: This functionally designed plug-and-play unit is known as a gold standard by both septic installers and home-improvement folks alike. The Clearstream 500N can be used to replace model CS103E and CS103ED, and any other 500-600 gpd Clearstream system. With the Clearstream 500N, replacing your ...
Clearstream 500N Alternative Septic Air Pump Overview: This functionally designed plug-and-play unit is known as a gold standard by both septic ins...
  3 Reviews
$295.00
Clearstream 600D Alternative Septic Air Pump
They are used for 500-1500 gpd systems with larger systems using two pumps. The 600D replaced model CS103E and CS103ED and any other 500-600 gpd Clearstream system.  Clearstream moved to this model septic aerator after trying and failing to make its own unit. So after that negative experience, they went with the 600D.It has been used as the aera...
They are used for 500-1500 gpd systems with larger systems using two pumps. The 600D replaced model CS103E and CS103ED and any other 500-600 gpd Cl...
  1 Reviews
$295.00

Septic Air Pumps

Aerobic septic systems are one of the most efficient ways to manage wastewater. Aerobic septic systems break down waste up to 20 times faster than anaerobic, conventional septic systems, and they release water that is up to 98% clear and odorless. In order to release this clear water, the aerobic septic system employs a multistage process. Your septic air pump is the most important component of you aerobic septic system, and it is needed for a critical stage in the wastewater treatment process. Without a properly working septic air pump, your septic system would be rendered useless, and you will not be able to effectively treat your wastewater.

What is a Septic Air Pump?

A septic air pump, also known as an aerator or a compressor, is an apparatus that is responsible for pumping oxygen into your aerobic septic system. These pumps are outside of the septic tank, and they have a set flow rate that allows multiple liters of oxygen to enter the water within your septic system each minute. These pumps serve two main purposes: breaking down waste and sustaining bacteria. The increased levels of oxygen in the water help break down waste into small, manageable particles, making it easier to treat. This oxygen also helps sustain and aid waste eating aerobic bacteria, which depend on oxygen to ferment and respire. Because these bacteria digest effluent, or wastewater, there is less of it being released into the environment. This clear drainage will flow into ponds or drainage fields rather than sewage or harmful effluent.

 How Long Does A Septic Aerator Usually Last?

Air pumps typically last between two and three years although they can last longer with a proper rebuild kit. You might need to consider replacing your aerator if the drainage from your aerobic septic system smells and looks like sewage or if your sewage backs up onto your property. These air pumps come in a wide variety of types and sizes and can be used for a multitude of applications, so be sure to do your research when you are in the market for a new septic air pump.

 

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